If you are planning to move to France or you have just arrived here, you may be wondering if you can legally drive in this country. The answer depends on your situation, and on where your permit was issued. If you have a driver’s license from another European country, it is valid in France. As a diplomat, you may be able to drive with your foreign license for duration of your mission in France. If you are not in one of these cases, you can drive for one year with your valid foreign license and translation of this document, but no longer than the first anniversary date of your residence. If this applies to you, you will want to ensure you have obtained a French driver’s license before your first year of residence is up. Here are four tips for facilitating that process.